Elijah Taylor has become a brilliant role model at Salford Red Devils since moving to the AJ Bell Stadium ahead of the 2021 Super League season.
The loose-forward, who made a name for himself at the Wests Tigers for the tough, uncompromising nature of his play, was made captain ahead of the 2022 season by new head coach Paul Rowley.
At the moment, he is loving his rugby with Salford and his family are loving being over in the UK too, however, Taylor knows that anything is possible in rugby league.
“I’d love to stay,” Taylor told the Out Of Your League podcast.
“My family love it here so I’d love to stay here in Super League, but footy is footy and anything can happen – coaches can change and anything can happen in rugby league.”
At present, Taylor is focused on getting results for the Red Devils following just three wins in eight games in 2022.
“I will be content with whatever happens, but I will just focus right now on Salford and helping to get some wins on the board.
“Defensively we’ve been inconsistent and out attacking execution has let us down a lot but hopefully we can fix that up.”
Salford’s next game sees them take on the out-of-sorts Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium who themselves have won just three games all year.